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The 2017 Rolex 24 Hours Of Daytona On Twitter For Porsche Fans

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Last year’s race was one of the best in years with Porsche missing out on overall victory by just 12 seconds. This year, with a new car (Porsche’s mid-engine 911 RSR), new factory drivers and new teams, stands to be even more exciting. So how can you stay up to date with everything going on over the course of the race? Aside from the usual television and radio broadcasts, today we have online streaming, live in-car video, and most importantly, the world of social media.

For long endurance races like this one, Twitter can be an invaluable source of information. Not only can Twitter provide an up-to-the-minute view of what’s happening in the race, it can connect you with intimate details and insight from the drivers and teams themselves.  In fact, we know of no other way to stay as closely and accurately informed about what’s happening in the Porsche world before, during and after the race (even if you were at the event itself) than through the "Twittersphere". You just need to know who to follow.

Official Information

Great Resources

Porsche Drivers On Twitter

The GTLM Class

Porsche North America with CORE autosport #911 @PorscheNAracing

Porsche North America with CORE autosport #912 @PorscheNAracing

The GTD Class

Alegra Motorsports #28 @AlegraTeam

Core Autosport #54 @COREautosport

Manthey Racing #59 @manthey_racing

  • Sven Mueller @Sven_Mueller14
  • Matteo Cairoli @Cairoli96
  • Harold Proxzyk – Not Active
  • Steve Smith – Not Active
  • Reinhold Renger – Not Active

Park Place Motorsports #73 @ParkPlaceRacing

TRG The Racers Group #991 @theracersgroup

Don’t forget to follow @FLATSIXES if you’re not already!

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